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George Inn, Burnham

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the george has re opened on the 1st feb 2014 has been redecorated, very clean and welcoming , great beers good staff, has lot to offer like live music on saturdays or disco music from 60s 70s 80s making this is the venue for locals to be , it open 7 days monday to sunday, so give it a try as you never know you might be pleasantly surprised.
britwellad - 15 Feb 2014 11:40
Had a pint in here after a visit to the Old Five Bells. Only Courage Best on offer and two old gents in the place so absolutely no atmosphere at all.
Sat in the 'garden' (which is a few garden benches in the car park at the back) and had our pints whilst waiting for our respective partners to finish their shopping expedition. To say that they weren't impressed with the place when they walked through to find us would be an understatement.
Don't think that we'll be returning to Burnham to sample any more of their pub offerings in a hurry if this and the Old Five Bells are anything to go by.
chunkypetersplat - 7 Aug 2011 18:48
The George has re-opened. Still has 5 real ales on tap, and the pool table is now at the back of the pub. The juke box has gone, which is a shame. Watch out for beer festvals and barbeques.
ELP - 6 Jul 2010 08:14
Just heard this pub is closing W/C 25th January. Present Landlord handing Keys back and walikig away. Shame because this Pub had a Bank Holiday Beer Fesival that was well attended. Let us hope that this is not yet another Pub that is lost........................RIP
Bitter_Man - 24 Jan 2010 23:47
Beer Festival 2nd - 4th May 2009. went on first day - Excellant 25 Extra Beers available straight from Barrel at 3 a pint Plus 14 Ciders. Live Music & Hog Roast. Great family day out (there was even a childrens bar). Roll on Next Bank Holiday.
Bitter_Man - 3 May 2009 12:58
This pub does not look much from the outside but give it a try. Renown in the area for having around FIVE Real Ales on at any one time. Small front bar with Pool Table. When it gets busy non players tend to be in the way. Attracts clients in working clothes during the day and early evening. This Pub also holds 3 Day Beer Fesivals most Bank Holidays with Live Music and a Hog Roast. Next one being 2-4th May 2009 when over 40 Beers and Ciders will be available straight from the Keg (As well as normal Bar service for Lagers and Guiness). Will be going to Beer Festival so will review again afterwards.
Bitter_Man - 30 Apr 2009 14:54

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